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Electron Transfer in Polar Medium The electron transfer in polar medium is characterized by, first, the strong interactions of the donor and acceptor ions with the polar medium and, second, the large reorganization energy of the medium. First, the medium outer-sphere polarization energy at the purely classic examination of electron transfer was considered by Marcus [12]. Then, Levich, Dogonadze and Kuznetsov with their collaborators have applied the quantum approach to multi-vibration transitions, considered in the above sections of this chapter, to the description of the reactions of electron transfer [19–23].

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